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Rosh Chodesh
Kislev is best known for the holiday of Chanukah and the New Year of Chassidism
The Month of Kislev
Parshah
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Today, I will schedule the important things on my agenda, and only then will I schedule the rest
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Jewish Women You Should Know
Smadar Morag used to try hard to hide her Judaism, which she considered a burden . . 
Watch our Jewish crafting guru, Abbey, demonstrate how to create a menorah masterpiece using baby food jars
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I stood there, in the NICU ward, looking at my baby, hooked up to monitors, oxygen and constantly beeping machines, only minutes after his surgery at a mere nine hours old
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Happpy Birthday Cook It Kosher!
I divide my life into "before" and "after" the terror attacks in Mumbai
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Dear reader,

Did you notice that the days are getting shorter and the nights darker and colder? This week we welcomed the Hebrew month of Kislev, which kicks off the winter season and the shortest daytime hours.

In this week’s Torah portion we are introduced to two of our matriarchs, two sisters, Rachel and Leah.

Rachel is the beautiful woman, the woman whom our patriarch Yaakov instantly...

hroughout our lives, we are given challenges to confront. Sometimes we battle internal enemies such as depression, lack of confidence, or rejection. Or our battles may be external—illness, infertility, financial woes. Our struggles are uniquely ours—the divine portion we were given, custom-made to fulfill our soul’s mission in this world.
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Math Problem

Teacher: A man from Los Angeles drove to New York at 250 miles per hour and a man from New York drove to Los Angeles at 150 miles per hour. Where did they meet?

Student: In jail.

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